Savers will not be forced to fork out their retirement savings to pay outstanding debts if they have to declare bankruptcy, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
In Horton v Henry, the court was asked whether savers subject to an Income Payments Order (IPO) would need to part ways with undrawn pension funds in order to pay the bankruptcy trustee. Normally, under...
Government proposals to employ a charge cap smoothing mechanism in a bid to incentivise defined contribution (DC) pension scheme investment in illiquid assets could have the opposite effect, says the Society of Pension Professionals (SPP).
Three people have appeared in court in connection with an investigation into pension fraud totalling nearly £14m.
Plans to increase the normal minimum pension age (NMPA) to 57 should be annulled, or transitional protections removed, amid “scant evidence” to support the decision, says Quilter.
The trustees of the BT Pension Scheme, Ford Pension Schemes, and the Marks and Spencer Pension Scheme have confirmed they will seek a judicial review of the decision to replace the Retail Prices Index (RPI) from 2030.
Clive Weber explores how the recent draft policy on new criminal sanctions explains TPR's future approach.